Seeking to capitalize on demand for innovative workspaces in one of Miami's hottest submarkets, prominent developer Key International has brought Chicago-based firm Sterling Bay on board to co-develop their proposed 51-story office tower, 848 Brickell.
With over 20 years experience redefining modern workplaces for high-profile corporate tenants, Sterling Bay has developed a reputation as a trailblazing shaper of creative office environments. Through award-winning design and amenities that foster productivity, collaboration and employee engagement, Sterling Bay global campuses consistently outperform industry standards for attraction/retention and performance.
Their impressive $20 billion portfolio of transformative urban projects has included multiple Google campuses plus headquarters for McDonald's, Dyson, WPP, Boston Consulting and Greenberg Traurig. Locally, Sterling Bay received acclaim in 2019 for delivering 545wyn, Wynwood’s first Class A office asset, sparking the enclave's commercial boom.
Now the firm will impart its innovative workplace vision through a joint venture with Key International on 848 Brickell. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill for an excess of 750,000 square feet Class A office space, plus ground floor retail, the tower will offer connectivity-focused hospitality amenities like conference facilities, fitness centers and open-air lounges befitting the project's prime location and views.
With demolition now underway on the site, Sterling Bay’s reputation for high-performance workspaces and Key International's development prowess promise to soon elevate Brickell’s business offerings even higher. We’ll report back on 848 Brickell as this dynamic new office force makes its mark.